The missing images of Russia’s past and present: 5 Russian photographers to know now


5 photographers and video artists explore contemporary Russia alongside the rediscovered works of pre-revolution master Sergei Prokudin-Gorsky in an exhibition at Calvert 22 Gallery in London.

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Taiwanese artist Wu Chang-Jung on raising pigs for the art market – K11 video interview


In a short video interview produced by Hong Kong-based K11 Art Foundation, Taiwanese artist Wu Chang-Jung discusses the influences behind the first documentary she ever filmed, Documentary 1 – Pig Five Flower.

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Indian art in the spotlight at Beirut Art Fair 2014


This year’s Beirut Art Fair, which focuses on art from the ME.NA.SA region, will see the inauguration of an Indian Pavilion featuring small art works by well-known and emerging artists from the country.

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Being “Anonymous”: Rachel Perera Weingeist on Tibetan contemporary art – curator interview


Art Radar talks to curator Rachel Perera Weingeist about “Anonymous”, an exhibition of contemporary Tibetan art currently showing at the Fleming Museum of Art in Vermont.

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Sri Lankan art comes to London – in pictures


London-based gallery Breese Little hosts back-to-back exhibitions by Sri Lankan artist. Jagath Weerasinghe’s “Decorated” and “Emergency”, which brings together the work of 4 other artists explore Sri Lanka’s identity as influenced by the aftermath of the civil war.

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